ay bago ko makalimutan, ang SOP dito sa aking casanova,
THE FOLLOWING IS NOT SUITABLE FOR EMPTY STOMACHS, PARENTAL GUIDANCE IS ADVISED
So, ayun, procceeed na me, hehe
We all know that there are five major major flavors,
We all have our taste preferences, some prefer sweets, some prefer bitter foods, some prefer this, some prefer that basta yun na un, ehehe
but mostly, a lot of us, prefer spicy foods.
Oh, there is a big fyi sa case ng hot and spicy...
You wanna know what it is?
Well, hanap kayo sa mga groceries, look for any food na hindi naman na kailangang lutuin, let's say chips or sauces..... kahit anu, kahit imported or local... Look for the label na sinasabeng "Hot and Spicy" ang flavor.
To make things clear,
the word, SPICY, is simply having the flavor, aroma, or quality of spice. In tagalog, maanghang.
Hot is the opposite of cold, in tagalog mainit, or being at high temperature, so analyze,
kung nakalagay is Hot and spicy, edi ibig sabihin, yung food na yan na tinigman mo is mainit at maanghang, by mainit which means mapapaso ka,
ayos lang yan, ganun talaga karamihan ng mga culinary terms, madalas may pagkakamali sa paggamit, (kahit naman ordinary words lang namamali pa rin tayo ng gamit eh, hehe)
we will talk about something spicy today,
sikat na sikat toh,
marame ang may gusto nito,
marame din ang may ayaw, wala tayong pake sa kanila, 3/4 na ng buhay nila ang hindi nila nadi2scover kung hindi nila alam toh, hehe
do you know what it is?
well, its no other than,
|courtesy of wikipedia.org|
so anyway, quick definition lang, ehehe
Kimchi also spelled gimchi, kimchee, or kim chee, is a traditional fermented Korean dish made of vegetables with varied seasonings.There are hundreds of varieties of kimchi made with a main vegetable ingredient such as napa cabbage,radish, green onions or cucumber. It is the most common banchan, or side dish, in Korean cuisine. Kimchi is also a main ingredient for many popular Korean dishes such as kimchi stew (, and kimchi fried rice.
Here's the catch,
kimchi serves as an appetizer to Koreans, why?
cause the spicy flavor triggers the appetite of the consumer,
if we start eating something spicy at first, the tendency is that we end up being hyped and eat,
in other words, gaganaham tayo sa sobrang sarap,
and also, in Korea,
most of the food there is spicy, BUT! take note,
that most Koreans do not become obese kahit maramihan ang kain nila,
eh they do not gain that much weight,
the reason is because of the spicy foods that they eat,
the more intense the spiciness of the food, the more that they wood perspire, and the more they perspire, the more they would flush out those unwanted toxins,
in Korea, there are so many types of kimchi to choose from, it doesn't end in just one vegetable which is cabbage (commonly used and known), but if you go to Korea, di mo mabibilang sa daliri yun hehehe
Hindi lang din Kimchi ang appetizer sa Korea,
there are so many variations!!!
kayo na bahala magresearch maxado nang spoiled ah, ahahaha nyuk!
Unlike in western cuisines, isahan lang ang pagserve ng appetizers,
soup/salad or kung anu pa yung maisip nilang gawing appetizers
so anyway, sana may point naman yung mga dinakdak ko dito ehehehe
at sana nagutom kayo, ahehehehe
anyway, hanggang sa muli!!!
from the YEE,
to the HAW!!!!!